AFC Burghfield opened their Premier Division campaign with a dramatic 4-3 victory at Southcote Colts A.

Yashwa Romeo put the visitors 2-0 up, only for Southcote to level before Danny Lynch’s glancing header from a Daniel Long free-kick made it 3-2 to Burghfield.

The home side again hit back to level before the break, but against the run of play James Orbit broke away with 10 minutes to go to snatch a win for Burghfield.

Arran Wells grabbed a consolation for Woodley United, but they were heavily beaten 6-1 by Eldon Celtic.

Mortimer beat Atletico Forest 5-3 in a thriller, Le Galaxy edged past Tilehurst YM 2-1 and 116 Exiles overcame Richfield Rovers Reserves 1-0.

Defending Senior Division champions Dee Road Rangers sent out an ominous warning with a 9-0 destruction of Ghana Stars.

Kidmore End/The Mod hammered Polonia Reading 7-2, Woodley Wanderers squeezed past Reading Irish 3-2 and The Tilehurst Club and Richfield Rovers drew 3-3.

In Division One, Reading United smashed Pangbourne & Basildon Barbarians 6-1, while Henley Town accounted for S.C. United 5-1.

The Bull beat WS Hobnob 4-1, Woodley Wanderers Reserves downed AFC Bradfield 4-2, Burghfield won 2-1 at Woolhampton CFC and FC Imaan drew 2-2 with AFC Burghfield Reserves.

Wokingham & Emmbrook crushed 116 Exiles Reserves 7-1 in Division Two, while Southbank took apart Whitley Athletic 6-2.

Sportsman and Tilehurst Club Reserves cruised past Coley Park and Park Villa 4-1 respectively, and Arborfield won 2-1 against Brimpton Rangers.

In Division Three, Thames Athletic smashed Loddon Valley Rangers 6-0, Twyford Comets battered Barton Rovers 5-1 and Southcote Colts won 4-1 at Toga Sports.

AFC Pangbourne beat Mortimer Reserves 3-1, Delta Vigo shared the spoils 3-3 with Tilehurst Titans and FC Showcase drew 2-2 with AFC Lowfield Green.

Division Four Results: Borussia Teeth 0-1 Six Bells; The Bugle 1-2 Tilehurst Club A; Burghfield Reserves 2-9 Fox & Hounds; Calcot Royals 1-1 Caversham United; New England 1-5 South Reading; Sanctuary Strikers 2-15 Shinfield Rangers; Shinfield Park United 2-4 Theale.